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Course - Conveyancing and Property Valuation - Property Sales, Property Auction, Conveyancers, Open House

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    Duration:12 DaysObjectives: By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:  Distinguish between a basic survey and a full structural survey; Determine when a full structural survey is necessary; Argue on the cost effectiveness of a structural survey; Detail the factors that should be considered when conducting a commercial property valuation; Relate the pertinent factors in private property valuation; Accurately conduct an on-the spot commercial property valuation, taking pertinent factors into account; Conduct a property valuation of a private property, with at least 80% accuracy; Incorporate the notion of ‘market value’ in property valuation; Uncover likely deceptive issues that influence property valuation; Take a scientific approach to property inspection; Provide an objective view of the result of a property inspection; Take a holistic approach to property marketing; Develop a general strategy towards property marketing; Devise tactics for marketing specific properties; Demonstrate their understanding of how a local Property Registry operates; Demonstrate their understanding of function of the National Land Information Service; Obtain and evaluate documents from ‘Land Register Online’; Demonstrate a knowledge of Conveyancing in at least one other country; Demonstrate their knowledge of the property regulation of at least one Borough; Compare property registration in the UK with that of at least one other country; Demonstrate their understanding of merits and demerits of Freehold properties, on the one hand, and leasehold on the other; Develop a strategy to manage the relationship between themselves and the vendor, on the one hand, and themselves and the purchaser, on the other; Demonstrate an awareness of International Electronic Conveyancing (E-Conveyancing) Initiatives; Produce a Completion Statement for the Buyer; Construct a Completion Statement for the Seller; Exhibit an appreciation of the need for a professional and caring relationship between the Conveyancer and his or her client, throughout the Conveyancing process; Provide a non-technical explanation of pertinent clauses in Deeds and Covenants; Draw on cases of Deeds default and their resultant consequences; Outline the merits and demerits of Freehold and Leasehold property ownerships; Explain the requirements of HIPS, outlining their values and drawbacks; Demonstrate a heightened understanding of Property ‘Charges’ and the legal bases of their registration; Draft a legally binding Conveyancing contract; Explain the entrenched practice regarding ‘fixtures and fittings’ or chattel, in residential property sale; Provide relevant guidance to buyers and sellers, on Property Auctions; Demonstrate a working knowledge of the function and operation of a National Property Registry; Suggest whether the Scottish ‘Blind-Bidding System’ averts the practise of Gazumping.

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